The Yachts of Seabourn has announced an expansion of its “Yachting Collection Savings” promotion to include the entire 2010 season of European and Asian cruises aboard the line’s intimate, all-suite luxury fleet. Savings of 45 to 65 percent result in all-inclusive fares starting from $2,749 per person, based on double occupancy of an ocean-view suite measuring 277 square feet or larger.

The promotion includes nearly 150 cruises of seven to 14 days aboard the award-winning Seabourn Pride, Spirit and Legend, as well as the newly-launched Seabourn Odyssey, already hailed as “…a game-changer for the luxury cruise segment,” and its sister-yacht Seabourn Sojourn, which will debut in June 2010 in London. Complete cruise schedules and details can be viewed at www.seabourn.com.

Travelers who wish to take advantage of the highest savings rates are encouraged to act promptly, because the savings are capacity-controlled and may be changed or withdrawn at any time, either for whole voyages or for certain suite categories.

“This is the opportunity of a lifetime to experience Seabourn yachting life at substantial savings,” noted Seabourn’s president and CEO, Pamela C. Conover. “I can assure travelers that they will enjoy the same luxurious suites, the same superb cuisine and the same sincere, personalized service that won our yachts the Departures, Travel+ Leisure and Condé Nast Traveler awards,” she continued, “plus they’ll explore Europe and Asia in the best possible way -- from the deck of a Seabourn yacht.”

Yachting Collection Savings have already been announced for Seabourn’s first-quarter cruises in Southeast Asia, South and Central America and the Caribbean. The expansion adds an extensive array of voyages in Europe from Iceland, Norway and the Baltic across the whole span of the Mediterranean and the Black Sea. In Asia, Seabourn Pride’s voyages in Vietnam and Thailand are included, as well as brand-new itineraries exploring China, Korea and Japan.